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What an evening we spent at the 127 year old Aburi Gardens. Our guide was so knowledgeable and was eager to impart some of that knowledge to us. We heard the story of the teak, the Monkey pot tree and of course we had to...More
This is a wonderful place to visit and to enjoy Mother Nature. As soon as you arrive, you are captivated majestic symmetry of the tall palms arrayed along the long entryway. Take your time read the placards on the trees and just enjoy others enjoying...More
We stopped here on our way to the Eastern region. Even though it is just outside of Accra, the weather was different. The trees here were amazing. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the vegetation. The buildings could use some maintenance.
Great to get out of the city. We got a very interesting tour from a young man, only cost us 10gc. He showed us nut meg trees, a hollow tree, gods sky high tree and a carved tree. We also got nice cream for the...More
Tragically neglected, a shadow of its former self. All the buildings look like they could do with at least a coat of paint. The trees for the most part have aged without proper care - bromeliads and some parasitic plants have colonized the branches of...More
We visited on Boxing Day (2018) and enjoyed the wander around (you need a guide, but he was worth it). Plenty of Ghanaians out for the day picnicing and partying to the usual thunderous music beat that accompanies everything.
Aburi is always an escape from the heat and buzzle of the town, up on the hill with really beautiful trees and lawns. Just, especially on the weekends, loudspeakers and big groups littering the place and operating on high noise levels continue invading the place....More
We had a guide and that is most recommended. He explained what each tree is used for. The place was peaceful and serene. I especially liked the small plants in the grass related to mimosa. If you touch them they close temporarily. The helicopter relic...More